Mechanical Drive Riding Trowel operates in tight spots.
March 22, 2011 -
Operating on 688 cc, air-cooled Honda GX690 gasoline engine, Model MP 215 is equipped with two 36 in. diameter, 4-blade non-overlapping rotors, and torque converter clutch system, which gives operators full variable speed control of rotors up to 145 rpm. Entry-level riding trowel includes manual steering and blade pitch controls, and electric-powered spray system for application of retardant. Flip-up seat and removable screen enable access to engine, clutch, and drive-line.
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|Original Press release |
Allen Engineering Corporation
P.O. Box 819
Paragould, AR, 72451
Allen Introduces the New MP 215 (Mechanical Pro) Rider
The Allen MP 215 is a total re-design of the MP 205 Mechanical Drive Riding Trowel. The MP 215 is an entry level riding trowel with features that are found in our larger riders. For tight spots and smaller jobs, there's no better riding trowel than the MP215. The higher horsepower gasoline engine and heavy-duty drive train is packaged in an easy-to-service frame. The Allen Standard-Duty Gearboxes and four-bladed 36" diameter rotors are proven performers in the field. The MP 215 is now equipped with a Torque Converter Clutch which gives the operator full variable speed control of the rotors. The MP 215 is one of the latest additions to Allen's Mechanical Pro (MP) Series of Riders launched in 2011.
MP 215 standard features include:
Manual steering and blade pitch controls
A GX690 (688cc) Air-Cooled Honda gasoline engine
Torque converter clutch system
Two 36" diameter, 4-blade non-overlapping rotors
Variable rotor speeds up to 145 RPM
Four lights and 12 volt charger
Electric powered spray system for application of retardant
Flip-up seat and a removable screen for superior accessibility to engine, clutch and drive-line.
For more information, visit the AEC web site at www.alleneng.com.